Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1999, 248 pages
Keywords: Change Management, Strategy, Organizational Development
Exploring Strategic Change is the third book to be published in teh Johnson/Scholes Exploring Corporate Strategy series. The series aims to expand the coverage of issues in Exploring Corporate Strategy by providing further depth and/or focusing on specific issues or sectors. Like the main book, this is done in a practical and applied way while drawing on best practice from researchers, writers and practitioners.
This book expands on the strategic change issues covered in Exploring Corporate Strategy. It focuses upon the implementation of strategic change rather than strategy formulation. The book can be used as a stand-alone text, or to complement Exploring Corporate Strategy.
The best book on change that I've ever read. Considering the authors, I shouldn't be surprised. Recommended.
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